Alte Mensa in Dresden
Being one of the first student residences in Germany, the Alte Mensa on Mommsenstraße was opened on November 15, 1925. Following several attachments to the building during the 30s, the construction was extended to its present size in the late 50s. From this point on, the rectorate of the TU Dresden could be found within the building complex. The Alte Mensa underwent extensive reconstruction from February 14, 2004 until late December 2006. During this period, the tent-canteens ESSE and KommPott, as well as the container-cafeteria Ent-Spannung took care of the student's and university staff's catering needs. The Alte Mensa was officially reopened on January 15, 2007. Since then it has regained its status of being a central location of student life, as well as representing the main culinary artery in the heart of the campus.
|Address:||Mommsenstr. 13, 01069 Dresden|
Two complete dishes, one vegan dish, pasta, soup station, salad workshop, cake and dessert buffet, extensive cafeteria assortment
|Food servings per day:|
1,000 seats in 4 dining halls,
|History:||First opened on November 15, 1925, extended to present size until 1959, under reconstruction from February 2004 until December 2006, reopened on January 15, 2007|
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Opening hours and events Alte Mensa
In the following overview you will find the opening and closing times including current changes.
Alte Mensa - Regular opening hours
|Öffnungszeiten Cafeteria Zebradiele||Mo - Do von 8:00-16:00 Uhr |
und Fr von 8:00-15:00 Uhr
|Öffnungszeiten Servicepunkt||Mo - Fr von 11:30-13:00 Uhr|
|Mittagstisch im Brat²||Mo - Do von 10:45-14:45 Uhr|
und Fr von 10:45-14:15 Uhr
The following table lists the current and upcoming campaign weeks of the Alte Mensa.
Alte Mensa - Current and future campaigns
|Currently there are no information about campaigns available.|
Contact persons for Alte Mensa
The following table lists the contact person for the Alte Mensa in Dresden.
For inquiries, praise or criticism, please use our central contact form.
Tel.: +49 351 253884241
Tel.: +49 351 253884231